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You've been stopped by the police. Do you answer their questions? Do you agree to a breathalyzer? Can they search your home or car? It is important to know your rights beforehand, and even more important to have a lawyer that will make sure you are treated properly.
Everyone has certain rights during an arrest. It is important to know them before you jeopardize yourself. Many of your rights are spelled out by the courts. For example, Miranda rights. Others are included within the Bill of Rights. Among the rights provided by the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution are, your right to be safe from unreasonable searches and seizures of your person and property, the right not to be compelled as a witness against yourself, the right to the due process of law, the right to a speedy trial, the right to an impartial jury, and the right to confront the witnesses against you. You also have statutory rights under New York Criminal Procedure Law.
When YOUR RIGHTS are at stake, don't wait to get the representation you deserve.